A classic and beautifully executed example of traditional Native American coin jewelry, this squash blossom necklace features eight Barber quarters dating from 1900 to 1912. Both the hand-casted naja and hand-crafted beads are aged to a rich patina. Sans hallmarks, typical of early pieces, this one-of-a-kind piece is for the serious collector and lover of Native American craft.
This old pawn bolo features the Navajo healing spirit, Yei, who is intricately crafted in Sterling silver. Set with natural Kingman turquoise from Arizona, this...View full product details
Navajo silversmith, Daryle Livingston has been silversmithing since the age of 13 where he learned the craft from his father. This outstanding cuff features three...View full product details
The most notable artist family of snake-eye work is the Haloo family. Peter Haloo and his wife Vivian are known for their award-winning lapidary skills...View full product details
Double D Ranch is honored to present this rare, museum quality, Turquoise Cuff. Made up of seven evenly matched, large Fox Turquoise stones. Each is...View full product details
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